“Brittany is great for first timers to France with short driving distances from the ferry ports. Breton parcs are always geared up for Brits with fantastic animation, excellent pool complexes and boasting a “Breizh” holiday attitude.”
INTRODUCING NORTH BRITTANY
With thousands of miles of coastline, no wonder this is one of the most popular destinations for seaside holidays. Sandy little coves, rolling dunes, broad golden beaches, majestic granite cliffs – with fascinating inlets and harbours to explore.
Diverse, beautiful, magical, rugged, spectacular, and mysterious, quaint Brittany is truly a land of contrasts. Beautiful Brittany truly caters for all tastes and has a wonderfully laid-back pace of life making it a great holiday destination. A bit like all the best bits of our own Cornwall.
"Lovely location - great site. We had a fantastic holiday - thank you." Rachel from Kent
The proud little historic city of Dol boasts a fascinating cathedral and some exceptional old medieval houses along its high street.
If you want to really enjoy French cuisine shop locally. Markets are open most days in France. You can get everthing from fish, cheese, bread, eggs and oil.
The 200 Menhir Stones near Carnac predate both the pyramids and Stonehenge, making for a magical historic landmark to visit.
Hosted in Saint Brieuc in early June every year and serving as the opening of the season of a number of fantastic Breton festivals that take place locally over the summer.
Some of Europe's top surfing and bodyboarding spots are along the white sandy beaches of the Bay d'Audierne stretching from the famous La Torche.